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Bringing in Babies From the Cold

12/17/2013 9:46:00 AM

Tags: Barbados, Baby Lamb, Diapers, Valerie, Root Farm

Valerie RootWe bought a bottle baby this last winter. So tiny and cute but the cold without his mommy would be deadly. So what did we do? We put diapers on him and let him run around the house until he could go outside. 


Spike in Diaper

Spike in Diaper again

I learned this from my dad and his wife. Improvising in time of need and so cute can't stop taking pictures. Spike was like a little puppy in the house

Once we were able to take him outside and leave him in the barn we did.

Here is Ben feeding him and a couple of other babies.

Ben feeding lambs

helping with the chores

Helping with the chores. SWEET!

You all have a great day.

Valerie



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